Industrial N Illinois

Principle Construction wraps up spec warehouse project for Seefried Properties

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Principle Construction Corp. completed a speculative warehouse construction project for Seefried Industrial Properties at 2001 Arthur Avenue in Elk Grove Village, Illinois. The owner will be doing business as CH Realty VII/I Chicago Lunt, LLC. The project is a 79,205-square-foot building with 75,245 square feet of warehouse space and 3,960 square feet of office.

“This is yet another sign that Chicago industrial properties remain strong,” said Mark Augustyn, chief operating officer of Principle Construction. “There is high demand for high quality, mid-size buildings in infill markets and we aim to help fulfill that demand.”

The property was constructed on 11.68 acres of land. It includes 18 docks, two drive-in doors, an ESFR wet pipe system, a three-phase electrical system and a ballasted rubber roof system. The building has 32-foot clear height ceilings and 104 parking stalls. In order to maximize the building footprint, a complete underground storm water detention system in compliance with MWDR’s latest water quality standards was constructed.

Augustyn was the principal on the project while Principle’s Rick Grabowski acted as the senior project manager and Tom Sterbenz served as on-site superintendent. Harris Architects provided design services.